FECAL CHROMOGRANINS AND SECRETOGRANINS IN IBS:RELEVANCE FOR PATHOPHYSIOLOGY AND SYMPTOMS?

(1) UNIVERSTITY OF GOTHENBURG

(2) Uppsala University



This item was part of the Neuroimmune interactions in GI function and dysfunction session at UEG Week Stockholm 2011

This item can be cited as: Gut 2011; 60 (Suppl 3) A53

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    • Abstract
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    • English
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    • 2011